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Views of the Proposed Site for the International Exhibit of 1892

Idealized picture of the Bloomingdale Asylum's main building painted and then engraved for the New York Mirror. Note the deer in the foreground and the glimpse of the Hudson River in the background.

Portrait of Frederick Law Olmsted from later in his life.

View of the University from St. Luke's Hospital

An example of a Lion Brewery beer can, from 1936.

Fragment of the 1870 manuscript United State census record for the Bloomingdale Asylum. Note the identification of the individual patients' occupations as "insane."

Map of the Bloomingdale Asylum in 1891, a detail from the Bromley Atlas of the City of New York. Numbers have been added to identify, roughly, the order in which the various structures on the campus were built.

Frederick Law Olmsted's Plans for a Greater New York City.
Twelve documents, of which nine are reports to governmental bodies, five prepared jointly with Calvert Vaux and two with J. James R. Croes

Engine No. 47 pulled by three horses. Captain John Gaw stands on the rear step. The driver is Christopher Maguire.

Photograph of the horse-drawn hose wagon at Engine Company No. 47 quarters, on August 25, 1920, the day the fire horses were retired.
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